Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano, has guided all workers in the state to resume work on Monday, May 4.
The laborers were requested home by the state government about a month prior as a measure to forestall the spread of coronavirus.
In any case, in an announcement by the Secretary to the State Government, Prof Solo Chukwulobelu, got by our reporter on Thursday, the laborers were approached to be on their obligation posts on Monday.
The statement included teachers amongst the category of workers that would resume work on Monday but stressed that primary and secondary school pupils in the area would remain at home.
“Pupils and students should still remain at home and follow Anambra Teaching On Air through ABS radio, ABS TV and ABS online platforms.
“All workers in the state, and indeed all residents should procure protective face masks as this is now compulsory in Anambra State.
“Workers and visitors will not be allowed access into the state secretariat and other government offices if they are not wearing face masks.
“All should always observe strict personal hygiene protocols such as regularly washing of hands for 20 seconds each time, use of alcohol-based hand sanitisers and observing physical distancing guidelines.
These protocols must be followed at public gatherings which should not exceed 30 persons.
“Places of worship should follow these strict personal hygiene protocols before and during worship, including compulsory wearing of face masks.
The spots of love ought not sit multiple people in a wharf. The wharf behind ought to be left empty before sitting of devotees in another dock. Strict administrations ought not keep going long. Vigils and different types of strict night venerate are not permitted this time. Believers ought to scatter promptly, and not stick around after strict help.